Celebrated Twin Cities personality Robyne Robinson has been named Board Chair of Minnesota Museum of American Art (“the M”). She will be the museum’s first African American chair.
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Hundreds of college-bound students across Minnesota now have the opportunity to be awarded workforce development scholarships worth $2,500.
More low-income Minneapolis kids can learn to swim, thanks to a new funding partnership between Hennepin County and the Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board.
Come August 1, 2019, Minnesotans must put down their cell phones while driving. The hands-free bill, signed by Gov. Tim Walz on April 12, 2019, will make it illegal for drivers to hold their cell phones in their hands while driving.
A new charter school is set to open in St. Paul this fall. The Journey School is 10 years in the making and the brainchild of long-time educators Scott Gostchock and Michelle Cambrice.
The Philando Castile Relief Foundation celebrated Restoration Day and Unity Day (July 6 and 7) to commemorate the shooting death of Philando Castile in 2016.
St. Paul and Minnesota Foundations is now accepting applications for its Pan African Community Endowment (PACE) Fund.
The minimum wage in Minneapolis has increased to $11 for small employers and $12.25 for large employers as of July 1, 2019.
The University of Minnesota is hosting a dental hygiene course for patients to receive free teeth cleaning.